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Global activist and elder statesmen of the Sierra Club : Alaska, international conservation, national parks, and protected areas, 1980-1992 /

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Alaska , Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Alaska) , Environmental policy , Environmental protection , Environmentalists , Exxon Valdez (Ship) , Forests and forestry , International cooperation , Interviews , National Park Service , National Parks Advisory Board (U.S.) , Northwest, Pacific , Oral histories , Sierra Club , Tongass National Forest (Alaska) , United States

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Global activist and elder statesmen of the Sierra Club : Alaska, international conservation, national parks, and protected areas, 1980-1992 /

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Wayburn, Edgar, 1906-

Lage, Ann.
McCloskey, Michael B. 1910-
Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.

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Forms part of: Sierra Club oral history series.

Wayburn discusses environmental issues in Alaska, particularly the Tongass National Forest, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Exxon Valdez oil spill, and Alaska State government policy; his service on the National Parks Advisory Board; forests of the Pacific Northwest; the work, philosophy, and organization of the Sierra Club; international environmental cooperation.

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Alaska , Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Alaska) , Environmental policy , Environmental protection , Environmentalists , Exxon Valdez (Ship) , Forests and forestry , International cooperation , Interviews , National Park Service , National Parks Advisory Board (U.S.) , Northwest, Pacific , Oral histories , Sierra Club , Tongass National Forest (Alaska) , United States

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title = {Global activist and elder statesmen of the Sierra Club : Alaska, international conservation, national parks, and protected areas, 1980-1992 / },
copyright = {IN_COPYRIGHT},
url = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/58917},
note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/19193 --- Forms part of: Sierra Club oral history series. --- Wayburn discusses environmental issues in Alaska, particularly the Tongass National Forest, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Exxon Valdez oil spill, and Alaska State government policy; his service on the National Parks Advisory Board; forests of the Pacific Northwest; the work, philosophy, and organization of the Sierra Club; international environmental cooperation.},
publisher = {},
author = {Wayburn, Edgar, and Lage, Ann. and McCloskey, Michael B. and Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.},
year = {},
pages = {336},
keywords = {Alaska|Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Alaska)|Environmental policy|Environmental protection|Environmentalists|Exxon Valdez (Ship)|Forests and forestry|International cooperation|Interviews|National Park Service|National Parks Advisory Board (U.S.)|Northwest, Pacific|Oral histories|Sierra Club|Tongass National Forest (Alaska)|United States|},
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TY - BOOK
TI - Global activist and elder statesmen of the Sierra Club : Alaska, international conservation, national parks, and protected areas, 1980-1992 /
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PY - 1996
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AU - Wayburn, Edgar,
AU - Lage, Ann.
AU - McCloskey, Michael B.
AU - Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.
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KW - Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Alaska)
KW - Environmental policy
KW - Environmental protection
KW - Environmentalists
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KW - Forests and forestry
KW - International cooperation
KW - Interviews
KW - National Park Service
KW - National Parks Advisory Board (U.S.)
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